Since 1996 Renée Thibault has been in the business of helping people wake up to the language of their own bodies through cultivating internal awareness.
Renée Thibault is a Licensed and Nationally Board Certified Acupuncturist and Shiatsu Practitioner with over 19 years of experience. She earned her Masters Degree in Acupuncture from the Tai Sophia Institute in Columbia, Maryland in 2008. Renée began her study of shiatsu with Wataru Ohashi in 1998 and completed the Advanced Program at the Ohashi Institute in New York in 2003. Through it all Renée has been a certified personal trainer since 1996.
She offers her clients a comprehensive approach to health care. Indeed, as an exercise specialist, acupuncturist & shiatsu practitioner she is able to draw upon a wide range of skills encompassing many aspects of movement as a way to bring balance to a person’s life.
Renée’s teaching style is very much about empowering the individual. She has found that as her clients begin to understand their own bodies, they become better managers of their health and are more accountable for their overall well-being.
Renée has worked with many clients experiencing a broad range of conditions, illnesses and injuries including: Parkinson’s, fibromyalgia, Guillain-Barré, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, stroke, hypertension, post surgery rehabilitation, orthopedic injuries and pain, headaches, sleep disorders, gastrointestinal disorders, allergies, gynecological disorders, stress, anxiety, depression and has been successful in preventing orthopedic surgery through exercise and acupuncture treatments.
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Why Movement Heals:
It is the Internal Movement generated by exercise, stretching, yoga postures, breath, shiatsu, acupuncture and even meditation, that is vital to the health of the body… because it is this movement that exercises the immune system. It is the continuous movement of body fluids such as lymph, blood and cerebrospinal fluid, that keeps your body clean, keeps your immune system strong and helps you recover from injury and disease. This is what makes the body shine.
Our bodies were actually designed so that it is movement that keeps them healthy and free of disease.